Harry Ngata travelled to the FIFPro conference in Johannesburg in 2004 where the fledgling NZPFA became a full member. As well as captaining the Football Kingz in the Australian NSL, Harry has played 37 internationals for the All Whites, including matches at the 1999 Confederations Cup in Mexico.
Harry is recognised as a true football leader – and has spent time helping future champions as a Sports Ambassador for SPARC.Harry is also a White Ribbon Ambassador
Andrew Scott-Howman is a litigation partner at leading law firm Bell Gully. Together with Harry Ngata, Andrew was the driving force in the establishment of the NZPFA. Andrew has extensive experience with professional sports in New Zealand, having been the solicitor for the both the Rugby and Cricket Players’ Associations since their inceptions.
He has played a vital part in three collective bargaining negotiations and was integral to achieving a resolution to rugby’s 2003 World Cup bonus dispute.
Ivan Vicelich is one of four Board Members in the All Whites’ 50 Caps Club. Hailing from Auckland, Ivan has played for both Waitakere City FC and Central United FC as well as the Football Kingz in the Australian National Soccer League.
Ivan transferred to Roda JC in Holland and spent eight years there with both Roda JC and RKC Waalwijk.Ivan was named New Zealand International Player of the Year in 2002 and Oceania Footballer of the year in 2009.
Along with Ryan and Simon he competed in the 2010 World Cup.
McGlinchey played youth football with Scottish club Celtic, where he made his professional debut. After spending time on loan to Dunfermline Athletic, McGlinchey joined Central Coast Mariners in the A-League, where he made over 100 appearances.
He was a member of the New Zealand national team squad at the 2010 World Cup and was one of New Zealand’s over-age players at the 2012 Summer Olympics. He has made over twenty-five appearances for New Zealand, scoring four goals.
Ali made her Football Ferns debut in a 0–5 loss to Australia on 6 February 2007, and would go on to represent New Zealand at the 2007,2011 and 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup finals. Ali played in the 2008,2012 and 2016 Olympic Games and has represented New Zealand at the U-20 World Cup in 2006 in Russia.
She has earned over 95 caps for the Football Ferns, and received NZ National Womens Player of the Year on 5 occasions and also the Oceania Football Womens Player of the Year twice in 2009 and 2010.
Hudson-Wihongi has represented New Zealand at three different levels of international football. He represented New Zealand at the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup, and for the New Zealand national under-23 football team at the 2015 Pacific Games in which he scored in New Zealand’s 5–0 win over New Caledonia in the group stage.
Hudson-Wihongi made his full New Zealand debut came in a friendly against Oman coming on as an 80th-minute substitute in the 1–0 win for New Zealand.
Chris Wood currently plays his football for Leeds United.He has been capped over 40 times for New Zealand.Born in Auckland, Wood attended Royal Oak Primary and Cambridge East primary then St Paul’s Collegiate School.He played for Waikato FC and Hamilton Wanderers in NZ before transferring to West Bromwich Albion. He has represented NZ at U17 , U23 and Senior level including 2007 U-17 World Cup , 2009 Confederations Cup, 2010 FIFA World Cup and 2012 Olympic Games.
Thomas Doyle is a left sided player and currently plays for the Wellington Phoenix in the A-League. He made his senior professional debut for Wellington Phoenix FC in 2014 and has previously played for Team Wellington in the ASB Premiership.He has played for NZ 3 times.
Glen Moss currently plays for the Wellington Phoenix. Glen’s career has included New Zealand Knights , Melbourne Victory ,Gold Coast Utd and FC Dinamo Bucuresti to name a few. He has been capped over 25 times and represented NZ at U20, U23 and senior levels including the 2004 Olympic Games , 2009 Confederation Cup and 2010 World Cup.
Sarah was a member of the New Zealand side at the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Championship in Russia.
She made her senior Football Ferns debut in a 14–0 win over Vanuatu in the Oceania Women’s Nations Cup on 29 September 2010.
She played in two FIFA Women’s World Cups in 2011 and 2015 and two Olympic games in 2012 and 2016.
Ryan made his senior international debut for New Zealand when he played in a 2-4 friendly loss to Japan in March 2014.He represented NZ at the U-20 level 7 times.
Ryan has won both the Johan Cruiff Shield and KNVB Cup with Pec Zwolle when they beat powerhouses Ajax FC 5-1 in the final, with Ryan scoring twice.
Rolls has played internationally for New Zealand as a goalkeeper. She made her Football Ferns debut in a 0-1 loss to Bulgaria on 24 August 1994.
Rebecca represented NZ in the 2012 Olympics and the 2015 FIFA Womens World Cup.
She is capped 21 times for NZ in footballn and also represented NZ 104 times in Cricket where she won the Womens World Cup in 2000.
Matthew made his senior debut for NZ in 2014.He played for NZ at the U-17 and U-20 levels.
He plays for the Wellington Phoenix and is son of ex NZ football player Michael.
Michael was part of the squad that qualified for the 2017 Confederations Cup in Russia
Bindon made her full Football Ferns debut in a 0–2 loss to Australia in 2004, she has represented New Zealand at the 2007 and 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup finals and the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games.
Jenny has represented NZ 77 times in her career at Senior level becoming part of the special 50 caps group when she played against France in 2011 becoming the first Goalkeeper to reach that milestone for NZ.